Early childhood development for low-income families, in U.S.
|Millions of children in poverty enter kindergarten less prepared than well-off peers. Educare works to ensure young children from under-resourced communities have the best possible chance for success in life through early education and empowering families.
The national Educare Learning Network is a diverse and effective network of high-quality early childhood schools in 15 states, the District of Columbia and on tribal land, focused on harnessing the power of early education. Twenty-five Educare birth-to five schools directly serve 4,000 young children and families in under-resourced communities across the country. Working together as a national network, Educare is a leading learning and innovation hub pushing the early childhood field forward and improving the odds for success for millions more children. The goal is to transform the learning and life trajectories for young children and families by improving public policies and early childhood practices so all children arrive at kindergarten on track and ready to succeed.